Etowah River Campground
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... is just over an hour and we plan to leave after lunch. Our "quarters" here are more than adequate. Lynn worked hard with the owner/manager to get us a good weekly deal. Good work, Lynn!
As usual, I'm sending you to www.flicker.com/photos/ralphieboyo to see a bit of what we've seen as well as a couple of shots of the new grand dog, Dolly.
Thanks for stopping by. See you in the high country next time...
... with good food. Then we went food shopping again.
Lynn made pasties. Our niece, Stacy, couldn't make it, due to car problems. The four of us had an excellent meal. The pasties were delicious. We left several for them to eat after we've gone.
Today, Monday, we drove north, about an hour, to Blue Ridge, where we had spent a summer in 1971. Here we boarded the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad, for a foliage tour. ...
... help us along. After going the wrong way a couple of times, we found our way to our hotel in Marietta, about thirty miles from the airport. Man was it ever great to get there. The shuttle van took us to Scalpinni's Italian Restaurant, where we had a tossed green salad and shared an order of Italian Sausage Parmagian.
Very tasty vittles with a nice spicy flavor... A side of spaghetti filled the bill.
... two bedroom cabin had all the amenities, idyllic setting and not another soul to be seen or heard. It even had TWO hottubs! Saturday we had a lazy morning and took off to the villages nearby. A couple of little craft shops and a wander around a homecraft festival was interrupted by a 5 minute rain shower, and we took off to sample the local vineyards 'produce', which was lovely (and free!). lunch ...
... for your business on the main drag. I also happened on a real gold pan - just in case for future use. We were lucky to make the acquaintance with the owners of Aska Lodge, a premier bed-and-breakfast just outside of town. Words cannot describe our stay so check out the photos.
Lasting memories: curvy drives along mountain sides, downed forests due to ice, hiking trails with surprises around every corner, good food and a private tub in our log cabin.